Mandurah students give all to help Nepal

Back row: Piper Cummins, Natasja Reicheld, Rebecca Boucaut and Kalani Vassallo. Front row: Emily Nella and Anabel Lo show off their All for Nepal T-shirts. Picture: Jon Hewson        www.communitypix.com.au   d445498
Back row: Piper Cummins, Natasja Reicheld, Rebecca Boucaut and Kalani Vassallo. Front row: Emily Nella and Anabel Lo show off their All for Nepal T-shirts. Picture: Jon Hewson        www.communitypix.com.au d445498

THE All for Nepal Project at Mandurah Baptist College raised almost $2000.

The project, initiated by Year 12 student Natasja Reicheld, was run by students and supported by staff.

The aim was to raise much-needed funds for Nepal, which is in a state of crisis following devastating earthquakes earlier this year.

During Term 3, 100 All for Nepal T-shirts in five different sizes were ordered and sold quickly, making an $800 profit.

The success of a free-dress All for Nepal Day resulted in another similar day being organised and more money raised.